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Special Issue "Advanced Sensing and Control Technologies in Power Electronics"
A special issue of Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220). This special issue belongs to the section "Electronic Sensors".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2023 | Viewed by 7180
Special Issue Editors
Interests: power electronics; electromagnetic compatibility; control system; properties of magnetic materials; power conversion systems; precision signal measurement; design of energy-efficient systems; data acquisition system
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Interests: model predictive control; multilevel converters; deep learning; statistical model checking; reliability of power electronic systems; renewable energy systems; power electronics
Special Issue Information
For many years, the development of electronics has been continuously accelerating, and its adoption and all-around use have taken on entirely new dimensions. Undoubtedly, with the further use of electronics in improving safety, independence, health protection, quality of life, industry, and science, in every aspect of human life; issues related to power electronics are of key importance. Power electronics have a direct impact on the energy supplied to power all other devices, as well as its quality, reliability and availability of energy. The world learned the importance of energy independence and, above all, obtaining energy from different sources - energy diversification. Scientific research on obtaining energy from renewable sources is significantly accelerating, the results of which are becoming increasingly important, both for countries but also for individual people. As responsible researchers, we must ensure that communities have a chance to meet the CO2 emission targets, which additionally affects the value of power electronics development. Reliability of power systems, high efficiency, low maintenance costs and reliable operation in various conditions have become a very important issue. Currently, we are already using 5 nm lithographic technology in electronics, and 3 nm technology is already being planned. This will promote the breaking down of further barriers to technological progress and at the same time improve the energy efficiency of designed devices. In this Special Issue, we would like to cover topics that are important for power electronics based systems, energy conversion, energy harvesting and recovery, improving energy utilization and other energy-related aspects. Examples of the topics include:
- Energy efficiency in power electronic systems;
- Modern control systems of power electronic systems;
- Reliability of power electronic systems;
- High-efficiency power electronic system topologies;
- Modeling and simulation of power electronic systems;
- Renewable energy systems;
- Thermal management and cooling technologies;
- Minimizing power consumption;
- Microgrids, smart grids, and distributed generation systems;
- Design Power electronic system design for improving availability, maintainability, and safety;
- New materials used in power electronics systems;
- Electromagnetic compatibility in power electronic systems;
- Modern methods of power electronic system design;
- Artificial intelligence in power electronics;
- Energy storage;
- Automotive charger
Dr. Krzysztof Bernacki
Dr. Mateja Novak
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